"I want to talk about what it’s like to be a woman.
I want to share stories with other women about their experiences.
I want to open a dialogue with Muslim women and black women and non black women of colour.
I want to talk about depression,
and vulnerability and insecurity.
I want to talk about loving my body and hating my body, and being scared of it.
I want to talk with immigrant and refugee women about their experience, I want to ask them questions about their healthcare.
I want to talk about sexuality and being sexual beings.
I want to talk about how women access and navigate the monetary system.
I want to talk about love.
I want to talk about God and religion and how it affects women.
I want to listen to stories, and first hand accounts, I want to exchange survival guides in safe spaces.
I want to talk about these things without feeling unsafe and shamed.
I want to see empathy and understanding.
I want to say Gaza, and I want every woman within a hundred miles to tremble beneath the weight and the bodies of her sisters.
I want more than solidarity.
I want to exist out loud, and defiantly."